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My name is Rhonda. I am a 64 year old mother of five and grandmother of five. I work in the airline industry and genealogy is my hobby. These are some of my family lines:|
Causey, Cowart, Wells, Joiner, Humphries, Clary, Ring, Redman, Gentry, Groseclose, Ward, Kegans, Cannon, Combs, Nickell, Brady, Smallwood, the Wolfe family of Lancaster Co PA, Philpot, James, Freeman, Coleman, Smith, Buzan. I know there are many Freemans. My line can be proven to go back to William M. Freeman and wife Elizabeth Redman who were in the 1860 Fannin Co. Ga. census. I believe he was the son of Bailey M. Freeman, who died in 1852 in Carroll Co. GA. Bailey mined gold in the Villa Rica Gold mines. His son mined copper in Fannin Co Ga, and TN. Did you know that one of the reasons that the north won the Civil War is because the gold miners out west who were Union, shipped their gold east to the Union camps?
To anyone who has transferred a memorial to me of my family, THANK YOU!! If I have any of your relatives besides Rev War soldiers, and you would like a transfer, please contact me via the "edit" button on the memorial, and leave your FAG number, it makes a transfer so much easier!!! Remember, you don't have to "own" a memorial to place info in the bio. I answer all edits in a day, 2 at the most. If you would like to use any of my photos for your family genealogy, please ask. The reason I want you to ask, is because I need you to give me credit with my real name. Why? Because one day down the road, I hope that my descendants will come across one of my photos and will see my name and know how hard I worked for this great site and for family history.
Our early pioneers who were born in the 1700s and early 1800s deserve more than an empty bio, please try to put something about them on their memorials. Thanks!!
My next genealogical dead end is Sarah/Sallie Nickell, and her husband, Samuel Combs. She was born ca 1830, possibly in VA. and was Cherokee. A Samuel Combs b 1807 married a Sarah/Sallie Nickell in Morgan Co KY, and they had at least 7 children. Samuel Combs married Sarah NICKELL perf by W W GRAY per the Marriage Records of Morgan County, Kentucky, 1821-1859. They are next found in Rowan Co KY (Used to be Morgan) in 1860. We can't find them in 1850:
Samuel COMBS 53 farmer Ky
Sally 32 housewife
James E. 2
Later a daughter named Mary was born. She married a Richardson, and then Sally, son Samuel, James and Mary went west, traveling pretty much along the trail of tears, arriving in Oklahoma Territory. We don't know what happened to father Samuel.
Thanks to my sister, Kim, for all of the information that she has contributed to our family memorials.
If I have made any errors in transcribing or typing, please let me know! I love adding middle names and maiden names and relationship links, so don't hesitate to let me know of any that need to be filled in!
If you are led to, please leave a flower on my Mother's page, Lin Mae Freeman Brady 34745331 ...thx...
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|carter combs||Charles Combs|
If you would like to add additional information to Charles Combs site. Charles E Combs was born
14 Feb 1941, Letcher Co KY to Granville Combs and Nora V Watkins. He was married to Eliza J Kilburn. Charles passed away, 2 Jan 2011, Kenton Co, KY.
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Joseph Woffard at Oakland|
Thanks for making the updates. ~~Carol
I appreciate your transfer of my grandmother Narcissus Campbell. Untying that family line is an ongoing challenge.
BTW, there is a festival every fall in Dahlonega, GA called Gold Rush Days. Just about an hour north of Atlanta and there are lots of arts and crafts. There are also tours of the local mines and even areas set up to pan. It is a little touristy but the weather is usually fantastic, the leaves beautiful, and there are a lot of historical activities.
I don't get back up there near often enough.
|Wanda H||David W. Henderson|
David W. Henderson mem# 75885868
Please link him to his parents:
Ervin Vincent Henderson mem#20572935
Margaret K. Welch Henderson mem#20572934
Added by Wanda H on Aug 10, 2014 10:32 AM
|sherri schaefer bagby||Bagby|
Thank you for creating Bagby family memorials and for processing updates !
May I have permission to repost your Find A Grave cemetery photos (with attribution) to my family research site?
|Cory Mercer||RE: Dorinda Causey|
According to the obituary Bladen-Gaskins Funerals & Cremations Services in Elizabethtown had the Service. Maybe if you can contact them they can help you.
I have lived in the area of the Singletary Cemetery all my life and have not seen any one buried there to this day.
Also know there is a Singletary Cemetery in Butters, Bladen County North Carolina. Maybe she is buried there. It is a big cemetery.
|David Reid||RE: Stephen Fowler obituary|
I'll send it email
|Cory Mercer||Dorinda Causey|
Dorinda's Find A Grave Memorial# 68471535.
Reason I am sending you this is you got Dorinda is the wrong Singletary Cemetery. No one has been buried there since the last one in 1908.
|Denise Bowman Flynn||Bowman|
Thanks for the transfer.
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